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[mass noun] Massage using jets of water, as a health or beauty treatment.
- ‘We also try hydromassage which means a lady with a powerful hose jets you all over in a bath.’
- ‘Consider a spa with a single-speed jet pump that uses only the energy needed to deliver a powerful hydromassage experience.’
- ‘Close to a conventional step-in shower cubicle in appearance, the units boast a plethora of special features including a steam facility and vertical hydromassage.’
- ‘One of the most relaxing treatments it offers is the hydromassage, where you relax in a bath of warm seawater while a pressure-adjustable hose is played over your body.’
- ‘This is a dramatic mirrored structure housing jacuzzis, jet streams, cascades, hydromassage, Turkish baths and much more.’
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